There are strong indications that Aruna Quadri’s performance at the just concluded ITTF World Tour tagged Hungarian Open, may rub off positively on his rating when the latest ITTF ranking is released on Wednesday February the 1st 2017.
The 25th ranked player worked his way from the main draw to the quarterfinal where he narrowly lost 4-3 to Germany’s Ruwen Filus.
With this development, Quadri may move up the world rating to set another record while his crucial point win over Czech Republic’s Tomas Konecny in the round of 16 has been listed among the top ten shots of the tournament.
Also to benefit for his performance at Hungarian Open is Italy-based Olajide Omotayo, who secured a victory over his highly-rated Belarusian opponent.
Meanwhile, Quadri will today January the 31st lead his French club – Jura Morez against Villeneuve, which has French internationals Adrien Mattenet, Antoine Hachard and Stéphane Ouaiche in the French Super Division league. Jura Morez currently occupies third place on the league table with 18points from eight matches made up of five wins and three defeats.